There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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Even in 2003, we'd still Channing all over his Tatum.
Both the pic of Channing rocking a ridiculous, oversized Sean John fur-trim coat (top) and Ecko letterman jacket (bottom) were taken during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week back in 2003, and we honestly can't pick which of the looks is our favorite.
Is it the tights or the XXL leather pants look?
Hmmm, which one would U choose???
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The 25 year old Houston native opted for the Cut & Sew logo, which is now permanently inked on his left calf.
Oddly enough, Simon was once a cashier at Cut & Sew from 2009-2010 and insists the scissors have more meaning to him.
Whatever you say.
Marc Ecko must be desperate for sales and attention.
In his latest publicity stunt, Ecko is offering customers a 20% discount FOR LIFE if they get a permanent tattoo of the brand's rhino or scissors.
Hardly seems worth it if the discount is only 20%.
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The designer teamed up with koi design to create a collection of scrubs under Ecko UNLTD and Ecko Red.
Unlike the typical unisex scrubs, Ecko Scrubs are tailored and come in bright colors, bold prints with certain styles being reversible.
Not a bad idea.
We're sure the fitted ones will be a hit with the ladies.
[Image courtesy of Marc Ecko / Ecko Scrubs.]
Who new Marc Ecko was such the humanitarian? The fashion designer has launched a campaign to end corporal punishment in schools throughout the US.
In case you didn’t know, in 20 states it’s still legal for a teacher to hit a child with many of the incidents involving a paddling.
According to reports, over 200,000 students each year are involved in corporal punishment and up to 20,000 of those seek medical attention after the incident.
So Marc has decided to lend a hand in ending this out-of-date practice. Reveals Ecko:
"There are just certain habits and cycles that are worth breaking… There's no one defining the fine line between discipline and child abuse.”
Starting today, Marc has launched a new website and mobile app aimed at allowing users to contact lawmakers with e-mails, phone calls, and faxes demanding change.
Check out the inspiring clip above featuring Ecko talking about corporal punishment and then CLICK HERE to learn more and find out how you can help!